“Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.” -Warren Buffett

In the Kitchen: Buying in Bulk and Unit Pricing

One of my favourite ways to save on food is buying in bulk (when it makes sense) and by looking at unit pricing.  I am not a stockpiler, I don't even have a deep freeze for my family of 4... However, certain things I know we will use up within a reasonable amount of time are always purchased in the most economical quantity!

Unit pricing is when you can look at the cost per unit (could be 100g, 1 item, etc.) so that you can more easily compare multiple products of different sizes.  For example, one package of raisins might cost $4.29 for 350 g.  Another might be $8.49 for 900g.  It's easy to look at it and think $8.49 is more expensive when in fact, for the quantity it's quite a bit cheaper.

Sunshine Blogger Award!

I was surprised and delighted to learn that I was nominated for my first-ever Sunshine Blogger Award! It's possible you've come across it on other blogs, but I'll share a little background info here in case you haven't.

What’s the Sunshine Blogger Award?

Sunshine blogger awards are a peer-given award.  They are awarded from blogger to blogger to recognize content creators who are sharing positive, inspiring stories, information and spreading sunshine within the blogging community.  It's a great way to find and explore some other blogs, and share the love in your blogging community!!  You can get to know each other better and may find some new favourites!